Physiotherapy Services & Fee Schedule

Physiotherapy Assessment – This is an initial assessment involving the history of the injury, objective testing, and education/treatment. This should be booked for your first visit for any musculoskeletal injury that has not yet been assessed by our physiotherapist.


Physiotherapy Follow-Up – This is a follow-up visit involving treatment for an injury already assessed. This for musculoskeletal injuries.


Dual Area Follow-up


Extended Follow-Up


Standard Follow-Up


Physiotherapy Modality Fee –


Vestibular Assessment – This is an initial assessment for those requiring vestibular assessment. Vestibular conditions include dizziness, BPPV, and severe balance issues.


Vestibular Treatment Follow-Up – This is a follow-up for vestibular therapy treatment.


Concussion Initial Assessment – This is an initial assessment for those who has sustained a concussion. This involves history of injury, objective testing, and education/treatment. This should be booked for your first visit for a concussion.


Concussion Follow-Up Treatment – This is a follow-up treatment session for those being treated for a concussion.


*No taxes on Physiotherapy fees

We C.A.R.E.

At Houle Healthcare we do not have physiotherapy assistants. Every session is provided by your physiotherapist in a private space ensuring you receive the best quality of care. Your session will be unique, because it is all about you and your particular needs.

    • What is physiotherapy?

    Physiotherapists study the science of movement and learn how to pinpoint an injury’s root causes. With a patient-centred approach the goal of physiotherapy is to empower, promote independence and improve the quality of life of their clients. Make sure you get physiotherapy from a registered physiotherapist.

    • When should I go see a physiotherapist?

    Think about getting physiotherapy if you have an injury, or chronic pain that limits or restricts how you move during everyday activities. A doctor may refer you to physiotherapy after surgery such as a hip or knee replacement. Though pain is often the reason people seek physiotherapy, pain is not the only thing a physiotherapist can help with. Physiotherapists can also help prevent injuries, restore lost mobility, and improve proper function.

    • What problems do physiotherapists treat?

    Physiotherapists focus on both prevention and rehabilitation. Treatment can be for problems caused by injury, disease or disability. Here are some examples:

    • Neck and back pain caused by problems in the muscles
    • Pain in the bones, joints, and ligaments such as arthritis
    • Loss of mobility because of trauma to the brain or spine
    • Fatigue, pain, swelling, stiffness and loss of muscle strength
    • Loss of balance due to trauma to the brain
    • Increased dizziness or loss or balance
    • Sports injuries for weekend warriors or professional athletes
    • We Direct Bill to Insurance Companies*
    • Blue Cross
    • Canada Life (Great West Life)
    • ClaimSecure (Cooperators)
    • Desjardins
    • Green Shield
    • Johnson Inc
    • Manulife
    • Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)
    • Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC)
    • *We do not direct bill to MVA, WSIB or Government Policy #55555

    Complete List of Insurance Companies

    • Blue Cross
    • BPA – Benefit Plan Administrators
    • Canada Life
    • Canadian Construction Workers Union
    • Chambers of Commerce Group Insurance
    • CINUP
    • ClaimSecure (Cooperators)
    • Cowan
    • Desjardins Insurance
    • Empire Life
    • First Canadian
    • GMS Carrier 49
    • GMS Carrier 50
    • Green Shield
    • Group Health
    • Group Source
    • Industrial Alliance
    • Johnson Inc
    • Johnson Group Inc
    • LiUNA Local 183
    • LiUNA Local 506
    • Manion
    • Manulife
    • Maximum Benefit
    • MEDIC Construction (Green Shield Canada)
    • Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)
    • SSQ Insurance
    • Sun Life Financial
    • TELUS AdjudiCare
    • Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC)